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    Chrysina woodi (video)

    Beauty! Thanks for the share!
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    Lucanus placidus Say, 1825 - Male

    Such a cool species! Awesome share.
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    Buddleia davidii

    Bet they smell real nice.
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    Chrysina beyeri

    Love the legs on these!
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    Rainbow Stag Questions

    Yes, they will come out in a few months on their own. They live a while too. If you want to see them more often you can redo the enclosure. I keep all my beetles in $1 plastic containers with drilled air holes and damp sphagnum moss. From here I can witness mating and put them in the egg laying container when they're ready.
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    Alaus lusciosus

    Beauty. Love the design on these.
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    Rainbow Stag Questions

    They don't NEED to. I find after enclosing they will burrow for a few months and come out when ready to feed/mate.
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    Catching tigers

    Agreed. Butterfly net is much more effective and fun.
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    Biggest noob mistake ever made

    Dropped like 5 larvae containers off my shelf while moving it, I was dumb!
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    Light trapping

    Oh cool! I respect that!
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    Light trapping

    I’m not trying to personally attack you just very curious. Don’t you think you’re taking it a little to far? I have many friends who sell bugs and not one of them have permits.
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    Light trapping

    But why? Why just not go into the pet store and buy them?
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    Light trapping

    You really got a permit for dubia roaches?
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    Catching tigers

    I'm not too sure about beaches. Usually around powerlines where it's dry is where I have the best of luck.
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    Catching tigers

    I usually bring long butterfly nets to sandy arid areas. They are usually found in that sort of climate.